Syllabus 2008 ch304k 53970 NEW with grading contract

Syllabus 2008 ch304k 53970 NEW with grading contract - CH...

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CH 304k (53970) Instructor Deb Walker SPRING 2008 noon-1pm MWF WEL 2.224 The instructor of this course reserves the right to alter at any time any of the information presented on this syllabus at her discretion. If you are not in class, you may miss important information that directly affects your grade in chemistry! CH304k: Chemistry in Context Catalog description: Designed for non-science majors. Chemistry 304K and 305 form a two-semester sequence designed to fulfill the science requirement for students not majoring in science or engineering. Issues of contemporary interest and importance such as ozone depletion and global warming motivate the discussion; the underlying chemistry is developed as needed. Social, political, economic, and ethical implications of scientific developments and science policy are considered. Chemistry 304K addresses the nature of matter, energy, chemical reactions, and chemical thermodynamics. Text (required): Chemistry in Context: Applying Chemistry to Society, 5 th ed. , C.L. Stanitski, L.P. Eubanks, C.H. Middlecamp and N.J. Pienta; McGraw-Hill, Boston (2006). Online Learning Center: www.mhhe.com/cic Syllabus and Key Concepts: This document comprises the course syllabus. Because I want to preserve the flexibility to spend time on interesting things that may develop during the course and also to give you the opportunity to suggest some topics of special interest to you, it is even more important than usual that you attend each class. The material covered in lecture is not always predictable in advance. You will be held responsible for the material covered in lecture even if it is not covered in the text. Office Hours: Instructor Walker M F 11am – 11:40am WEL 4.142 TTH 9:30am – 10:30am Other times by appointment--schedule via email. No office hours on exam days. TA Marilyn Alswede Cubicle B, WEL basement (except Fri in Cubicle A) Mon 9-11am Tue 1pm-3pm Wed 2pm-3pm Th 11am-noon Fri 10am-11am Contact Us: Course homepage: http://courses.utexas.edu Instructor Walker [email protected] TA [email protected] Email Etiquette: When using email to contact us, please write "CH304k" in the subject line, address the email properly (Dear …), and make sure you sign with your full name. Include your UTEID when the email pertains to grades. Also include your version number when the email pertains to a quiz or exam. Ignoring proper etiquette could result in your email being ignored or overlooked. Homework: Homework assignments will be administered at http://quest.cns.utexas.edu/student/ . This is a NEW SYSTEM . Working problems actively is essential to achieving an understanding of the material. There will be two homework assignments per exam unit, typically due on Tuesdays at 10pm—but check the due date shown
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CH 304k (53970) Instructor Deb Walker SPRING 2008 noon-1pm MWF WEL 2.224 The instructor of this course reserves the right to alter at any time any of the information presented on this syllabus at her discretion. If you are not in class, you may miss important information that directly affects your grade in chemistry!
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